America and the Limits of the Politics of Selfishness by Sidney Waldman

By Sidney Waldman

the United States and the boundaries of the Politics of Selfishness examines Congress, the Presidency, the general public, and public coverage, demonstrating the $64000 influence of the public's selfishness, morality, compassion, and non secular ideals at the American political approach. The effect of public opinion on our democratically elected leaders impacts even if our state should be capable of finding options to a couple of its extra very important difficulties. The public's self-love—an specific or over the top regard for oneself and one's pursuits, unbalanced by means of a priority for others past one's family—is serious in impacting the standard of our political approach. for instance, Waldman illustrates how the general public impacts the government's skill to unravel the matter of failing schooling in our towns and rural cities. eventually, this paintings unearths the significance of compassion, morality, and faith in facing the matter of over the top self-love, with nice functional outcomes for our nation, our personal welfare, and that of the world.

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